On Thu, 12 Aug 2004, Keith Hyland wrote:
> you cant have enough connections, put several in your office; wherever you
> think you might need one, put two, even if you dont crimp them up, at least
> they are in place if you need them in future. much easier now while the
> floor/walls are open.
Install ducting/piping capable of carrying a good few cables to
closeish behind the faceplate, and run your cables through that.
Builder should be able to advise on what's best / allowed by building
Run string through them tied off at each end for future cable pulls
(and when you do, dont forget to tie a new string to the cable!). If
you run extra cable (rather than upgrade existing cable) in the
future, you can install a new wall faceplate alongside or nearish the
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